Vintage Watch

The Tudor Heritage Ranger, a piece based on the vintage Ranger series which first appeared in the brand’s catalogs in the 1960s. The original was meant to be a “budget buy” alternative to the Rolex Explorer —  similarly to the ethos of many other Tudor watches of that era — and…

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The Seiko Presage Vintage-inspired Chronograph

Seiko Presage Vintage-inspired Chronograph

It’s the perfect centrepiece for the globally launched Presage collection, and clearly a massive favourite with you guys, as it was our fourth most-popular story this year. Seiko straight-up knocked it out of the park with this watch, a massive success that blends the Japanese brand’s legendary high quality and even…

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Founded in New York City in 1875 by Bohemian immigrant Joseph Bulova, the Bulova Watch Company has been responsible for numerous watch world milestones in its century-plus of existence, and continues to innovate well into the 21st Century. Bulova had already become known for several watch-industry firsts — such as…

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Vortic has released a limited Chicago World Champions commemorative watch set in order to celebrate the Cubs’ historic World Series win (a whole 108 years since their last title, finally breaking the Curse of the Billy Goat). For those unaware, Colorado-based Vortic is a young start-up that has made a…

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Longines has done a good job at playing the heritage game in recently years, effectively leveraging its history to produce fantastic, vintage-inspired pieces through its heritage line. Watches like the beloved Legend Diver, the Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph, and the recent Longines Railroad. Now, Longines is tapping into that history…

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The modern Audemars Piguet Perpetual Calendar shares plenty of similarities and differences with the vintage models. The overarching design codes have more or less remained the same, with an octagonal Royal Oak case, crown, and perpetual calendar function, but even these are with slight changes. The now 41-mm case (previously…

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Reviewing The Hautlence Vortex Bronze

The brand Hautlence Vortex Bronze that makes a point of ‘crossing the line’ now comes with their most complex timepiece in a bronze case, and it looks just brilliant! Hautlence Vortex Bronze Over the last five years the use of bronze as material for watches has become quite a popular thing,…

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Introducing 5 Fashionable Luxury Watches

IWC Ingenieur Automatic Vintage Collection In March 2008 IWC introduced a collection named the Vintage Collection; a collection comprising models from every IWC family of watches, meaning there was an Aquatimer, a Pilot’s Watch, a Portofino, a Portuguese, a Da Vinci and an Ingenieur. Six legends to celebrate 140 years…

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Vintage Eye for the Modern Guy: Rolex Explorer I

In the world of horology, there are many uncertainties. These span from concerns about the security of the industry in an uncertain economic climate, to wondering about the next technology a brand might bring into its watches, to a question that many enthusiasts consider: will my watch be able to…

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